24 Aftermath Photos of the Battle of Marawi City

Photographed in December of 2017.

I’ve always wanted to go to Marawi City even before the war. But concerned with my personal safety. Yes, even before the war,  my Marawi resident friends warned us not to go to Marawi City alone, because there are some who would specifically target non-Muslims.

God answered my desire to visit Marawi, although already ruined because of the war against Maute ISIS. Take a look the photo video below.

Anong masasabi mo? 🙂

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